Vacancy: Communications Officer
The Centre for Sport and Human Rights, which IHRB currently hosts, is recruiting for an experienced and dynamic Communications Officer to support the Centre team with communications support across all of the Centre’s areas of work. This position offers significant room for upward growth for the right candidate interested in a long-term strategic communications career in sport and human rights.
The Communications Officer will be responsible for servicing the day-to-day external ’voice and face’ of the Centre, ie its website, social media, and written outputs; liaising across the Centre’s staff and teams to ensure smooth and efficient coordination of communications activities; as well as consistently and continuously strengthening the Centre’s brand and raising the overall profile of the Centre’s work. The Communications Officer will work closely with the external website developers to deliver more complex website design requirments.
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Opportunities may be available for students who receive academic credit or a stipend to undertake an academic placement with IHRB. Proposals should be sent to [email protected] and must include the dates of availability, areas of work interest and available academic credit or stipend. IHRB is able to offer work experience rather than 'office experience' and welcomes proposals from students based across the world, who will be supervised remotely.
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